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FIDA partners with Friends of the Home for ‘Evening of the Arts’

EVENING OF THE ARTS – FIDA is partnering with Friends of the Home to host a Gala Evening of the Arts, which is a fund-raising initiative in aid of FIDA’s Scholarship Programme and the Grand Bahama Children’s Home. The event is set for June 1 at the Regency Theatre. (PHOTO: TFN)

International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Grand Bahama Chapter president, Zia Lewis recently held a press briefing to announce that a partnership has been struck with the Friends of the Home organization to host a Gala Evening of the Arts, which is a fund-raising initiative in aid of FIDA’s Scholarship Programme and the Grand Bahama…
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GB community invited to pay homage to former MP

HONOR COMMITTEE – Former Free National Movement (FNM) Member of Parliament for West End and Bimini, David G. Wallace will be honored for his good-natured spirit and generosity during a Roast and Toast weekend set to begin Friday, May 25 through Sunday, May 27. Committee members spearheading the event encourage the Grand Bahama community to come out and support the weekend of activities as they pay homage to the, ‘Host with the Most.’ (PHOTO: JENNEVA RUSSELL)

Former Free National Movement (FNM) Member of Parliament for West End and Bimini, David G. Wallace will be honored for his good-natured spirit and generosity during a Roast and Toast weekend set to begin Friday, May 25 through Sunday, May 27. Marvette Russell, Host with the Most Committee Chairperson, believes in paying homage to whom…
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Cancer Society 3rd Annual Fashion Show set for May 26

LORINE MILLER, President, Cancer Society of Grand Bahama Branch

On the heels of a well-attended educational forum held at the Kevin G. Tomlinson Academy on May 15, president of the Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Grand Bahama Branch, Lorine Miller, is once again appealing to the wider community to support the organization’s sole fund-raiser for May, the month observed as Cancer Awareness Month, internationally.…
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GBPVPA Parent Forum set to highlight the significance of parental involvement

GBPVPA PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT SURVEY — Members of the GBPVPA encouraged parents and other members of the community to participate in the Parental Involvement Research Study, which will be conducted by Dr. Anica Bowe. Pictured standing from left to right are Marvin Rolle, District Education Officer, Ministry of Education; Leslie Newton, Secretary, GBPVPA; Titi McKenzie -Moss, GBPVPA Member and Mary Russell, District Education Officer for East Grand Bahama and the Cays. Pictured seated from left to right are Gia Walker, president, GBPVPA; Dr. Anica Bowe, Parental Involvement Survey and Interview Facilitator and Yvonne Ward, District Superintendent, Eastern Grand Bahama and the Cays. (PHOTO: JAIMIE SMITH)

The Grand Bahama Principals and Vice Principals Association (GBPVPA) announced on Tuesday (May 23) afternoon that after hosting a highly successful Parent Forum last year, they are pleased to plan this year’s annual event with the welcomed assistance of Bahamian educator, Dr. Anica Bowe, who now resides in the United States. Bowe, a native of…
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